Organizing Your Gardening
When you are starting a garden, organizing your gardening before you do anything else, will save a lot of angst. Following these few basic tips will ultimately make your garden hassle free.Essential Japanese Gardening Tools
There are four Essential Japanese Gardening Tools needed to create a serene space. Every gardener who understands that lifelong quality tools are better than cheaper tools that will need to be replaced every couple of years will appreciate using the quality and affordability of Japanese tools.Waterwise Gardening Tips
In Australia we’re constantly under threat of drought so we’ve learnt a few things about minimising water use while still ensuring that our gardens look good. Here are a few tips that will help you to keep your garden green while saving on water – or to drought proof it.Hydroponic Nutrients Testing
Whether or not you are new to hydroponic growing, keeping your hydroponic system’s nutrient solution properly balanced and with an adequate nutrient concentration can be challenging. Regular testing of your nutrient solution is required if you want to keep your hydroponic system balanced and your plants healthy and growing. The best way to keep your nutrient solution balanced is through testing.Producing Single-Stemmed Japanese Maples
Producing single-stemmed Japanese maples usually requires several season’s work as the species does not naturally grow on a single stem. Most species in the genus produce a single terminal bud, surrounded by two or more secondary buds that allow the plants to produce straight trunks with regular side branching.My Vegetable Garden Planner – From Planning to Harvesting!
Learn how to plan for a vegetable garden in your back yard where you will be able to grow healthy, organic and tasty vegetables for your table. A plan will ensure you get the most from your vegetable garden.Part 4 Of Gardening Techniques
A graft is a union between two plants, the roots and lower stem of one plant (which is known as the ‘stock’ or ‘root stock’) uniting with the shoot of another plant (the scion), so that they grow together as one. The main role of grafting in horticulture is the propagation of trees and shrubs where one or more of the following difficulties prevent easier means of producing planting material.How To Landscape a Sloping Backyard
Living on a hillside can provide stunning views from your front porch, but when it comes to landscaping that sloping backyard you may have found yourself a challenge. Read on to learn how to design and landscape your sloping backyard to minimize water consumption and get the most out of the area.CFL Grow Bulbs – Checklist of Features You Want in a Grow Light
The first feature you want in a grow bulb is getting the type of light that plants thrive in. Not all lights are equal when it comes to providing different types of light. If you think back to your junior high school science class, you might have learned something about the light spectrum.November Gardening Tips and Snips
November can be a busy time in the garden, so why not read through these handy gardening tips to help you plan the month ahead? This month’s ‘tips and snips’ include topics such as plant hedging, protecting tender plants and fruit trees.Flowering Plants for Shade or Low Light Areas
Many gardeners find it tricky to choose the right kind of plants for low light areas in the garden. Due to this shady patches are generally left bare without any plants. However, if your garden is shaded and does not receive full sunlight throughout the day, you can still go ahead and plant some amazing varieties.